I have had a couple of queries about flying drones in Israel so thought I would put together what I know and have found out. First, like many other countries, the issue of drones is still pretty much "up in the air" (pun intended). There are laws and regulations but they are not always enforced. Having said that, don't take this to mean that you can fly wherever your want because, well, think about Israel's situation and you'll understand. There are A LOT of no fly zones here - I'll attach a couple of maps. A lot is common sense - don't fly over military installations for example. Your drone isn't likely to be shot out of the sky but you may get a visit from the Police. I know personally people who flew to close to "sensitive facilities" and within 5 minutes they were told, to land and go away. You can't fly (legally at least) close to land borders (the actual distance depends on which border) and a lot of the Med coastline is a no fly zone. I know people who fly regularly along the coast but they don't go above 50 meters (which is plenty) and they stay well clear of navy vessels etc. Again, this shouldn't be taken as meaning that you can ignore the regulations, its your responsibility. General restrictions (there may well be more that I don't know about): No flying at heights exceeding 50m above ground, unless specifically authorised by the Aerial Trafficking Unit governing that airspace, unless the published regulations prohibit the designated area completely. Where current daylight visibility is less than 3Km At distances less than 250m from a residential area, a school, a cinema, or any crowd. Less than 2km from an airport, air-traffic tower or any runways Less than 500m from active drone training grounds unless granted permission by airport administrator, or otherwise published in the regulations. (Taken from a post that can be found at http://www.quora.com/Where-can-I-legally-fly-a-drone-in-Tel-Aviv-Israel) Israeli Civil Aviation Authority ( http://en.caa.gov.il/). They have an English site but it is devoted primarily "real" aircraft. I did manage to find a few pieces of info (in English) which seem to be relevant at this link - http://en.caa.gov.il/index.php?opti...le&iotype=w&id=408&Itemid=272&lang_ovrrde=ENG. Look at ENR-5 and ENR-6 which deal with no fly zones and other info. They have a load of info in Hebrew about drone flying but translating it would take for ever. If enough people ask, I may try to translate the main points - but no promises. There are a few places in Israel that sell and fly drones. One (DJI Dealer) is LoolTV. They may not thank me for this, but they may be able to give you more info. email@example.com. These are the files I've uploaded: Alef17 - Map of no-fly zones CVFR North - detailed map NFZ North CVFE South - take a guess... ENR 5-1 - Restricted areas - GPS coordinates ENR_5-1-Final - Another map of restricted area All seems pretty formidable I know. But if you are coming here with your drone, there are some great place to see and fly over. Also if you apply in advance, some exceptions can be made (so I'm told at least). I'll try to find out more and post updates whenever I get them. Feel free to contact me - I'll try to help.